Access Riders: your Disabled terms and conditions

Thursday, March 14, 2024 | 2:30pm EST
| 90 min.
Sean Lee

is an artist and curator exploring the assertion of disability art as the last avant-garde. His methodology explores crip curatorial practices as a means to resist traditional aesthetic idealities. Orienting towards a “crip horizon”, Sean’s practice explores the transformative possibilities of accessibility as an embodied politic and disability community building as a way to desire the ways disability can disrupt. Sean holds a B.A. in Arts Management and Studio from the University of Toronto, Scarborough and is currently the Director of Programming at Tangled Art + Disability.

Jack Hawk

resides in Tkaronto, practicing as both Disability arts practitioner and professional astrologer. Since being displaced to Canada in 2013, he has focused his passions on decolonial and disability justice, queer activism, spiritual peer support, museum accessibility and arts services. He currently works within Tangled Arts + Disability in an outreach and projects role. He is also one of few autistic Relaxed Performance consultants within Canada. Having worked with a multitude of museums, galleries and grassroots organizations, Jack operates within the realm of intimacy and community consultation to advance the arts for the marginalized.

Jet Coghlan

is an Autistic, Queer, Disabled, Mad, Researcher and Performance Artist. They are a Latinex immigrant who is committed to care, sharing this earth that feeds, and combating individualism and all selfish efforts to gain profit from the land. Currently Jet has joined “Beyond the Normative Knot” with Re.Vision, a Centre for Art and Social Justice, and also collaborates with Hamilton Fringe, York University, and McMaster University on projects that forge accessibility for marginalized communities. In addition, they are a consultant and research facilitator for Rainbow Spectrum Pride, and the Centre For Independent Living.


90 min

2024, Symposium